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Government unfazed by Omicron in NZ

Friday 31 December 2021 | Written by CI News Staff | Published in Economy, National

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Government unfazed by Omicron in NZ
Cook Islands Prime Minister Mark Brown. Photo / Getty Images

Cook Islands Government has ‘no plans’ to revisit the January 13 border reopening despite two Omicron community cases in New Zealand.

Cook Islands Government has ‘no plans’ to revisit the January 13 border reopening despite two Omicron community cases in New Zealand.


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